Controversial IPL cheerleader gets Bollywood offer
According to a report in a South Africa newspaper, the 22-year-old has been flooded with media requests from all over the world since her return to her native country.
America`s NBC channel and top radio DJs from Australia have also requested for interviews of her.
The South African cheerleader, in a report, has claimed that her blogs were light, fun and innocent and not malicious.
"I mentioned Graeme Smith, but that was old news anyway.
When I called Aussies `naughty`, it was meant as mischievous and not in a sexual way," Pasqualotto was quoted as saying by `The Independent`.
Pasqualotto`s mother Amanda was furious at the treatment meted out to her daughter by the IPL orgainsers.
"The girls were told to move around in groups, but they packed her into a taxi on her own and sent her off to the airport. She had no airtime, no-one called us from the Indian agency despite promising Gabby (Pasqualotto) they would do so.
"She had an eight-hour stopover in Dubai and no US dollars to even buy a cup of coffee — we did not even know where she was. It`s a disgrace the way they treated her," said Amanda.
Pasqualotto, meanwhile, said that she was quite happy to stand by her blog and tweets.
"I would like to thank everyone on Twitter and Facebook for their support this week and I`m still a big fan of my team, the Mumbai Indians. Maybe there will be a Part III and if there is, it will probably be about this whole debacle," she said.
Pasqualotto was sent back home after she bloged about her role as a cheerleader and the after-dark activities of some of the world`s top cricketers.
"We are like walking porn. All eyes are on you all the time, it is complete voyeurism. The women double take, see you and then pretend you do not exist. The men see your face, then your *****, your **** and then your ***** again. As we walk all we hear is `IPL IPL` with a little head jingle," she had written in her blog.